So What Is Profhilo?
Hyaluronic acid is present in the highest concentration in Profhilo, an injectable therapy. It is surprising that it has even more hyaluronic acid than dermal fillers despite not being one. Profhilo has the ability to spread beneath the skin’s surface, unlike dermal fillers.
Here, it causes skin remodelling without expanding the area’s size. Over time, it encourages the skin’s creation of four different kinds of collagen and elastin. Skin elasticity, moisture, and texture all improve as a result.
The substance itself breaks down after four weeks, but the biostimulation benefits endure. As a result, the tissue significantly improves during the next weeks.
Why is Hyaluronic Acid Important for My Skin?
The first benefit is that it keeps the skin hydrated. Like a sponge, hyaluronic acid holds onto water. Your skin appears fresh, radiant, and dewy as a result of this. It also has a plumping effect. As a gel, it fills voids and gives your skin a plump appearance. As a result, it can make skin more resilient while also reducing deep creases and lines. Thirdly, it promotes wound healing. Hyaluronic acid is produced more abundantly in wounds to speed up recovery.
How Does the Hyaluronic Acid in My Skin Change?
Did you know that skin contains the majority of hyaluronic acid? About half of the body’s entire volume is found in the skin. Natural hyaluronic acid, however, is continuously created and degrades after a few days. Hyaluronic acid levels decline with age, and this is especially apparent in women during menopause.
Are You an Ideal Candidate for Profhilo?
Profhilo treatment is a skin rejuvenation procedure that anyone can use. It encourages healthy skin, which in young skin results in a dewy, radiant appearance. In contrast, Profhilo encourages healthier, moisturised, and firmer skin in people with drooping or dehydrated skin.
It can be used to treat:
Poor skin laxity
Uneven skin texture
Uneven skin tone
Dull, swallow skin
What Makes Place During my Profhilo Session?
You would have five injections for facial therapy on each side of the cheekbones and lower face. The entire process lasts 20 to 30 minutes. A numbing cream is not necessary before this treatment. You can then resume your regular activities despite having a few raised, red pimples on your skin.
What May I Anticipate Following a Treatment?
Redness, a little puffiness, stiffness, and itching are potential adverse effects. Fortunately, they only persist for a day or two.
For the first 24 hours after your treatment, stay away from cosmetics and intense activity. For two to three weeks following surgery, you should stay out of direct sunlight. To improve your results, combine this with a thorough skincare regimen that includes using a sunscreen every day. Post-procedure instructions will always be given.
How Many Sessions of Profhilo will I Require?
To receive the most effect at first, you will require two sessions spaced four weeks apart. A month later, you could require a third treatment if the skin laxity is fairly severe.
For lifting and revitalising results, a combination of profhilo and ultherapy treatment can be an ideal option for you.
Get a single treatment every three months or the entire course every six months to maintain the effects.